Tunnel threats

The signs are that the Israel-Gaza truce will hold despite warnings from Islamic Jihad.

By MARK WEISS
November 21, 2017 15:17
 Hamas security forces stand near the entrance to the cross-border tunnel in Khan Yunis, in the sout

Hamas security forces stand near the entrance to the cross-border tunnel in Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip, on November 3. (photo credit: REUTERS/IBRAHEEM ABU MUSTAFA)

 
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